Sunday, August 01, 2010

Georgia student says she will sue school over being forced to take "pro-gay" diversity training

A student studying counseling at Augusta State University in Georgia is suing the university for forcing her to attend “diversity sensitivity training” and apparently telling her that her beliefs about homosexuality are “"unethical and incompatible with the prevailing views of the counseling profession".

The student is Jennifer Keeton, and her litigation is assisted by the Alliance Defense Fund (link).

CNN panned the lawsuit yesterday as unlikely to go anywhere.

The news story by Killion Melloy appeared in the Boston Edge here.

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